A little superhero work is needed to help maintain modified sports at East Aurora, and several will be on hand at this weekend’s comic book convention.
If the local school districts, business leaders and chambers of commerce want to see more resources and opportunities for students to explore options other than just college, they need to come together and petition the state government louder than ever.
Gun owners and Second Amendment supporters gathered in East Aurora last week to discuss the New York Secure Ammunitions and Firearms Enforcement (SAFE) Act. NYS Assemblyman and former East Aurora Mayor David DiPietro hosted the rally at the East Aurora Wesleyan Church. The event, at times, seemed like a referendum on Governor Andrew M. Cuomo's character and leadership.
St. Matthias Episcopal Church, located at the corner of Maple and Main streets in East Aurora, is hosting an evening of Halloween festivities on Friday, Oct. 31.
The Town of Elma and Iroquois Central School District will again work together to share resources, this time for fueling operations.
The Aurora Town Board approved the tentative 2015 budget at its meeting Monday night, following a brief presentation by Supervisor James Bach and a minute-long public hearing in which no members of the public or the board spoke.
Michael Vanner’s lightning-fast hand-eye coordination is getting national attention. A seventh grader at East Aurora Middle School, he recently earned a spot on Team USA for his performance in August at the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Junior Olympic Games in sport stacking.
On Wednesday, Oct. 22, the Iroquois varsity boys soccer team opened sectional play by traveling to Dunkirk for a Class A2 quarterfinal game, advancing with a solid 3-0 win. However, the Chiefs then fell to No. 2-ranked Class A Starpoint later that week, ending their playoff aspirations.